What’s Happening on the Web? January 20

After 13 years of trying Laura Drake sold to GCP  Here’s what she’s learned.

Chuck Wendig has provided a list of 25 things writers should start doing.  WARNING:  this site is full of great info but take your tolerance with you.  Chuck has an occasional fondness for four letter words.

Joel Friedlander  from the Book Designer talks about Book Cover Design and the Problem of Symbolism.  He’s a proponent of keeping it simple and explains why very eloquently.

History undressed guest  blog by Terry Spear  on what to take/wear on a trip to the past.

Very successful indie author Lisa Mondello is interviewed at MJ Fredrick’s blog

The always honest and ‘real’ August McLaughlin shares her descent into Anorexia and her recovery.  Gritty, emotional, and evocative of all things real, I can’t recommend this blog enough.

JA Konrath shares some interesting insights on the importance (or not) of marketing when you sell e-books.

Jennifer M Eaton helps writers sort out conflicting criticism.   What to do when feedback conflicts.

Bandit Creek Books is a publishing venture by a group of 30+ authors who are writing loosely connected books set in the mythical town of Bandit Creek, Montana.  As a special for our readers this month, we are spotlighting 30 Days of Secrets and Surprises on the website.

And for the weekend, listen to the lyrics of this song.  I think it says what so many of us are trying to accomplish:

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About Louise Behiel

Author, coach, therapist, mother and grandmother. I'm on a spiritual journey and consciously work to grow every day.
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29 Responses to What’s Happening on the Web? January 20

  1. Emma Burcart says:

    Great list. Can’t wait to check them out!

  2. Looks like a great list, Louise. Will check out. Thanks!

  3. gingercalem says:

    Love the mash-up, Louise! Happy Friday reading to me! 🙂

  4. susielindau says:

    Great mash-up Louise!

  5. Love your mash up, Louise, but it’s August McLaughlin, not McFarland. Although, Karen and August are both super fabulous, so maybe you’re channeling a love child from them?

    I need to check out JA Konrath’s post, he’s always good for a laugh. And good call on the warning for Chuck’s post. Yeah, he does like the swear!

    • Tameri — thanks for the correction on August’s name. I knew that. and it shows what happens when you’re blogging with a migraine. JAK is always good for a chuckle and chuck’s language singes anyone’s ears at times…

    • Tameri,

      Channeling a love child, I love that! LOL!!!! That is hilarious! 🙂

      Louise, I love you girl! Please do feel better. And thank you for all the great suggested posts!

      • thanks Karen…I came home early with this darned migraine. We’re having a major weather transition from -40 to +35F overnight. and that upsets my equilibrium or something and I end up with a migraine. Love child for us? sounds good to me.

  6. Really useful mashup, Louise. They amount of great info out there is staggering! Thanks for doing this.

  7. The deeper I look, the more info I find. the challenge is to wade thru the trash. happy reading.

  8. Sandy says:

    Very helpful, Louise. Thanks a bunch.

  9. Interesting list of blogs, Louise. I hope you don’t suffer too long with your migraine. Those temperature swings in Calgary are awesome!

  10. I haven’t come upon most of these posts, Louise. Thanks for the links and for placing my blog among them. Such an honor!

  11. Hi, Louise,
    Thanks for these links–and a song. Hope you feel better soon.

  12. I love the phrasing in that song, Pat. Tattoos on this town are the results of people’s actions…it catches me every time I hear it.

  13. Thanks for linking me in yo your list… and you’ve given me some new places to visit!

  14. Laura Drake says:

    Louise, thanks to much for mentioning Writers in the Storm, and my sale! You’ve got a gorgeous masthead! Now I’ve got to go check out all the other posts!

  15. Debra Kristi says:

    Wonderful list Louise! I can’t wait to check out the one’s I haven’t seen. You are introducing me to several new ones. Yay!

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